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This adult playground not only serves drinks but also stocks plenty of games and activities—hence the name, the last year of teenage life. It all takes place in an atmosphere that's very "startup rec room" (think whitewashed bricks and street art) despite the unlikely location in Baan Silom, towards the Charoenkrung end of the road. 

For games and activities, it starts at B20 per person for a game of air hockey, pool and B60 per hour per person for any board games. Table tennis is free.

Signature cocktails are fruity but more complex than just fruit juice and a shot of vodka. My Light (B380) is a well-balanced mix of absinth, Bacardi rum, Midori (muskmelon-flavored liqueur), sour mix and mint leaves. The fresh taste gets an added dimension from the unique flavor of absinth. Another must-try is the Waterfall (B420)—Kahlua, apple liqueur, lychee liqueur and Sambuca. Simple ingredients but the outcome more than the sum of its parts.

They also have plenty of bar food like beef burgers (B190) and truffle fries (B150).

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Phone: 096-649-6919
Nineteens Up, Silom Soi 19, Bangkok, Thailand



Nearest Train:

BTS Surasak

Opening Hours:

daily 11-1am
Nineteens Up



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